Join Mike Meyers for an in-depth discussion in this video Asymmetric encryption, part of CompTIA Network+ (N10-006) Cert Prep: 4 Making TCP/IP Work.
- One of the big problems with symmetric encryption…is that in order for somebody to decrypt your encrypted data…they have to have a copy of the key.…So in a symmetric encryption environment…keys are passed around through whatever,…the internet, the wireless whatever it might be,…and that can cause potential problems…because if somebody can get their hands on the key…and the encrypted text, well, they can pretty much hack it.…So three guys a long time ago called Rivest, Shamir…and Adleman created a new methodology for encryption…that they called Asymmetric Encryption.…
Now Asymmetric Encryption is very, very interesting…and in order for me to show you how it works,…I'm going to have to enlist some help…from my buddy Mike Jones.…Okay not the rapper, but why not, he's from Houston.…The big difference between asymmetric and symmetric…encryption is that with asymmetric encryption…you don't have one key, you've got two.…So you have what's called a Public Key…and then you have what's called a Private Key.…Now, this is kind of cool because,…
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